Originally Posted by wallcraft
It would be nice if someone at B&N with an actual Nook could just go ahead are try accessing an Overdrive ebook.
Actually, from what I've seen in the forums, it would be nice if someone actually READ THE QUESTIONS people ask.
And, lol, I agree with Jason, but they also don't get it that people aren't going to buy many of the virtual blades for the same price as steel blades.
You'd think they would have figured out by now it is more profitable to sell 20 ebooks for $3 each than 2 for $8 each.
I am sure its a dead horse by now, but I just don't comprehend a corporation smart enuff to know peeps won't pay hardbound prices for a paperback still think the same peeps will be willing to pay paperback prices for an electronic representation.